Popular YouTuber PewDiePie gave his review of Elden Ring, calling it one of the best games he’s played in a long time. The Swedish star also explained how he fixes issues in Dark Souls and Bloodborne.
After a week of livestreams, Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg gave his final look at the Elden Ring after beating the open-world RPG in front of thousands of viewers.
The creator gave great praise to the title and explained how BySoftware was able to make a better game than Dark Souls and Bloodborne.
PewDiePie gives his review of Elden Ring
The popular YouTuber managed to reach the final boss in Elden Ring during his March 6th stream. After defeating the notoriously difficult fight, Kjellberg was speechless.
As the credits rolled, the 32-year-old finally broke his silence and exclaimed, “Wow, wow, wow. What a game. The best game I’ve played in a long time!”
He continued to share his thoughts after viewers asked him for his overall rating. In response to fans, Pewds explained why Elden Ring was his favorite Souls game.
“I think this is my favorite Souls game. I think the open world is what the Dark Souls games have been missing. In Elden Ring, you feel more immersed in the world because you can see it and then understand its implications,” said PewDiePie.
The YouTuber then broke down how Elden Ring’s design fixed Dark Soul’s shortcomings: “In Dark Souls you tend to teleport around a lot and it doesn’t make sense. And if you get stuck on a boss in Elden Ring, you can change your mind and go elsewhere. There are a lot of optional areas that you can level up. Just what Dark Souls needed.”
While Elden Ring has been criticized by some for being too difficult, PewDiePie doesn’t entirely agree, believing that the exploration elements give players a chance to become stronger.
The creator loved the game so much that he told fans that he plans to beat it again in New Game Plus mode.
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